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New Ultimaker Education resources and the Pioneer Program -- join conversation in Ultimaker Education Forums!

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You might have caught the news on our blog about the new Ultimaker Education resources that launched on our site and the first 58 Pioneer Program educators.

Well, we aren't just launching these resources and that's the end of it. Instead, Ultimaker and all of the Pioneer Program participants who have joined this effort are looking for a living conversation with educators everywhere. So we are looking to the Ultimaker Education Forums as an excellent place for all of us in the desktop 3D printing community to add to this discussion! (Whether that person is a part of the Pioneer Program or not.)

So head over to the Education forums to add your voice, jump on threads exploring such topics as your experiences with the  brand new Tinkercad Beta launch (and your thoughts about Pioneer Brian Wetzel's excellent in-depth review of it shared this morning),  to a call to action inviting folks to contribute to the International Open Study Group - "Pro Tips for 3D Printers Shared to Groups" community-sourced resource.

We are just getting started and eager to learn from you what will make the biggest difference for educators in our community.

And another reminder here -- for those educators in North America who feel that would be a good candidate for joining the Pioneer Program, you can fill out an application here to learn more and join our next class. There will be opportunities for international educators to band together from territory to territory as well soon -- for now the Ultimaker Education Forums are the best place to get involved and give back to educators across the globe.

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